Study on the Relationship between Service Quality and Governmental Subsidy for Public School where PPP is Applied
 
 
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School of Economics and Management, Tongji University, Shanghai, China PR
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Guan-Guan Hua   

School of Economics and Management, Tongji University, Shanghai, China. Address to Room 5-303, No.199, Jingbian Rd., Putuo Dist., Shanghai 200331, China (P.R.C). Tel: +86-139-1828-4540
Online publish date: 2017-08-23
Publish date: 2017-08-23
 
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(8):6019–6026
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When PPP (Public Private Partnership) mechanism is gradually accepted by domestic academic and bureaus of different levels, PPP is not only used in municipal infrastructures. To get closer with international trend, PPP is also applied at Public Schools. Due to the nature of common weal, Public Schools cannot refinance through service charge from delivering education activity. Therefore, governmental subsidy is necessary throughout the life circle of PPP public schools. Many factors have impact to the governmental subsidies, and service quality is the key among them. Focus on service defects and stakeholders’ satisfaction, by means of theoretical and mathematic models, this paper will study the relationship between governmental subsidies and service quality.
 
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